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Son of the Mask

3.0 out of 5 stars 98 customer reviews

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Son of the Mask (DVD)

Funnyman Jamie Kennedy (Malibu's Most Wanted) stars as aspiring cartoonist Tim Avery, who's already hesitant about becoming a father when he finds himself taking care of someone else's infant, a baby with amazing abilities. Somehow the tot has stumbled upon the Mask of Loki, the mythological object with mystical power that transforms the wearer into his hyperactive, shape-shifting alter ego. In addition to coping with a baby with mind-boggling supernatural abilities, stressed-out Tim must contend with the evil Loki (Alan Cumming - X2: X-Men United), who wants his mask back.

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Special Features

Audio Commentary: With director Larry Guterman, Jamie Kennedy, writer Lance Khazei Deleted Scenes: With optional Directors Commentary Featurette: 3 Featurettes Photo gallery: Conceptual Art GalleryAudio Commentary: With director Larry Guterman, Jamie Kennedy, writer Lance Khazei Deleted Scenes: With optional Directors Commentary Featurette: 3 Featurettes Photo gallery: Conceptual Art GalleryAudio Commentary: With director Larry Guterman, Jamie Kennedy, writer Lance Khazei Deleted Scenes: With optional Directors Commentary Featurette: 3 Featurettes Photo gallery: Conceptual Art GalleryAudio Commentary: With director Larry Guterman, Jamie Kennedy, writer Lance Khazei Deleted Scenes: With optional Directors Commentary Featurette: 3 Featurettes Photo gallery: Conceptual Art GalleryAudio Commentary: With director Larry Guterman, Jamie Kennedy, writer Lance Khazei Deleted Scenes: With optional Directors Commentary Featurette: 3 Featurettes Photo gallery: Conceptual Art GalleryAudio Commentary: With director Larry Guterman, Jamie Kennedy, writer Lance Khazei Deleted Scenes: With optional Directors Commentary Featurette: 3 Featurettes Photo gallery: Conceptual Art GalleryAudio Commentary: With director Larry Guterman, Jamie Kennedy, writer Lance Khazei Deleted Scenes: With optional Directors Commentary Featurette: 3 Featurettes Photo gallery: Conceptual Art GalleryAudio Commentary: With director Larry Guterman, Jamie Kennedy, writer Lance Khazei Deleted Scenes: With optional Directors Commentary Featurette: 3 Featurettes Photo gallery: Conceptual Art GalleryAudio Commentary: With director Larry Guterman, Jamie Kennedy, writer Lance Khazei Deleted Scenes: With optional Directors Commentary Featurette: 3 Featurettes Photo gallery: Conceptual Art Gallery

Product Details

  • Actors: Jamie Kennedy, Alan Cumming, Traylor Howard, Steven Wright, Kal Penn
  • Directors: Lawrence Guterman
  • Writers: Lance Khazei
  • Producers: Toby Emmerich, Erica Huggins, Scott Kroopf, Kent Alterman, Michele Weiss
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: January 16, 2007
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00080ZFZW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,515 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Son of the Mask" on IMDb

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So far it's been a rough time with movies getting worse with each comming year. But ever so rarely among the visual smut ,sinks a film that really demands our scorn and disgust!!!

You need only read the other reviews of this film to see how much people hate it.Among the worst films in my "worst films ever " category this one tops the list!!!

So congratulatios Mr.Guterman YOU just set the new low standard for america's most craptastic movies.(take bow and let us stuff this movie were it belongs)
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What is with filmmakers today taking CGI where CGI shouldn't be taken? I thought the Scooby Doo films had some pretty bad CGI characters but Son of the Mask takes the cake by far. The only CGI character they got away with was masked Ottis, the family dog. And that's fine. I can accept an animated green faced dog running around causing mischief and trying to blow things up in a very cartoonish manner. This worked because CGI anthropomorphism is just easier to accept and it didn't try to switch from normal Ottis to crazy masked Ottis in one or two shots. When Ottis was masked, he remained masked for a while, so really there was no comparison between the real dog and the animated dog. But with the baby, this was a totally different story because the baby didn't need the wear the mask, it was in his genes, so when he did something crazy and cartoony it went from a real shot of the baby to an instant CGI baby and this just looked horrible. The CGI baby looked like a deformed version of the real baby and when they tried to blend the real shots with the animated shots it just ended up looking really stupid and pathetic.

Aside from that, the movie had some overall embarassingly stupid characters that were very badly acted and had a drunken out of control car wreck of a storyline, all about 7 or 8 years too late. Everything about this movie was just ridiculous. It completely failed at being zaney cartoony fun, something I remember from the first Mask film. Easily one of the worst films of 2005.
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This is one of those movies that you sit and watch in stunned amazment at just how incredibly bad it is. It is hard to pull yourself from it once you start viewing it since you are drawn to see if it somehow accidently has some redeeming piece only to be struck aghast as it takes another even more dramatic turn deeper into garbage.
Junk, rotten, stinker, garbage... Try all the words you know and none, not even in every possible combination can convey just what a bad movie this is.
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Finally, in a year of tepid horror flicks (White Noise, Hide and Seek, Boogeyman) 2005 finally gave us a true terror classic. Son of the Mask is sure to horrify adults and kids alike.

Take, for instance, the scene when bleary-eyed new daddy Tim Avery (Jamie Kennedy) comes within inches of feeding his baby son a broken light bulb. Brilliantly shocking!

Then there's that bit when Avery mistakes his wife for the film's villain and attacks her, slamming her to the floor and beginning to throttle her. Move over, Raging Bull! Truly chilling stuff!

How about the lengthy, amazingly violent sequences in which the family's jealous dog and the infant repeatedly try to kill each other? Talk about taking Pet Sematary to a whole new bloodcurdling level!

Oh, you didn't know Son of the Mask was a horror film? Neither did we. This sequel to 1994's starmaking Jim Carrey-Cameron Diaz vehicle was marketed as a comedy for kids. Heck, it's even rated PG. Don't be fooled.

Outside of a few amusing occasions - thank goodness for troopers Alan Cumming and Ben Stein - Son isn't funny. It's creepy, grating and tiresome, hands down one of the worst sequels ever. And the only indication that it's a kids flick is its reliance on pee, poop, puke and even snot jokes for its (far too few) laughs.

Granted, the studio never should have green-lighted a Mask sequel now that Carrey has moved on to bigger and better things. Has there ever been an actor more perfectly suited for a role?

This is an impossible assignment for any actor, much less a mediocre talent such as Kennedy (Malibu's Most Wanted). That's probably why Kennedy's character wears the titular mask only twice in the film, and both occasions are underwhelming at best.
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There are no English words to discribe this hunk of garbage. I usually watch B movies and this won't even pass by those standards. Cartoons are way better than this crapola. This is not a kids movie, there is cussing, cruel humor, and even demon humor. The baby is so unlikable that I was hoping he would go away. But no, for some reason the baby wants to kill his dad for reasons that aren't explained. The child comes off as possessed. The parts with the kid would gibe most children nightmares for weeks. (Babies head spinning and spiting pee soup) yeah it freaked me out. I only finished this film to see if it could redeem itself. Heck no. Its so freaking bad that you can't even make fun of it. Its like the people that came up with this wanted quick cash. I truly hope this garbage gets the treatment that the E.T. game for Atari did.
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